Chris Blue

Chris Blue
​ (born January 15, 1990) is an American R&B/soul singer from Knoxville, Tennessee who won season 12 of the Voice USA. His mentor was Alicia Keys.


Born in Glendale, Arizona and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee, Chris, the youngest of seven children, grew up singing in church. In 2011, he became his church's worship leader and even formed a singing group with his siblings called the Blue Brothers.

Personal LifeEdit

Chris has been engaged since 2016 to his fiancee, Stephanie Dunkley, who is from England. 

The VoiceEdit

Chris tried out by singing the Boyz II Men version of the Smokey Robinson and the Miracles classic "The Tracks of My Tears". Alicia Keys was the only coach to turn for him because the other teams were full. He joined Team Alicia by default.

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Chris with his coach, Alicia Keys

Despite being the last contestant chosen, Chris made the most of the opportunity & showcased his strong vocals on songs such as "Love on The Brain" by Rihanna, "When A Man Loves a Woman" by Percy Sledge, and "Take Me to the King" by Tamela Mann.

Chris won the show on May 23, 2017, beating Team Blake's Lauren Duski, who was considered by many to be the favorite. His first single is called "Money on You".



  • "Money on You" (2017)